I see you take great pride in saying the most stupid ill informed comments here today. I bet you are a birther also.:-)
Sounds like your the one who is the more jealous one there phils. Maybe you should try a different web site to go looking for a mate.
Wow you are ignorant. The most successful and prosperous state in the United States and all you can do is make up some uninspiring tactless dribble. I am right, you couldn't even win an argument against yourself.
Way to go Walmart pay your workers with our welfare and then fraudulently mislabel merchandise as made in America
Who said I was a liberal? Do you assume this simply because I stand up for my state, the most prosperous one in America ?
Between you and stunningly petty Yahoo spell check ardsley it appears you can't win an argument, even if debating alone, against yourselves.
Collapse of America, not where I live Oh wait the southern states, well they are now 2 time losers. First the civil war and today the cultural war.
I see your so smart you haven't been able to discern the difference between ocean salt water and fresh water. Not surprised from such a 2rd grade response.
You mean California as the #1 state in the US for business, the one with the 5th largest economy in the world or the one who state is running a budget surplus. I assume that is what you are laughing so joyfully about dbs_2005
Well if you are going to point fingers it should be fair. Todays GOP is as misguided as ever. I miss the days of the old GOP. These guys are as bad or worse than today's Democrats.
In a giant step in its drive to beef up its real-estate stamp in Fremont, Tesla has told the Silicon Valley Business Journal that it has signed a lease on a manufacturing building close to its car plant on Interstate 880 that will give it another half-million square feet to work its electric-vehicle magic.
It was not clear how many people will work there or when the facility will open its doors.
Tesla is stepping into somewhat of an infamous Silicon Valley landmark as it moves into the former Solyndra plant, a site that made the headlines in 2011 when the solar panel-maker bit the dust, giving a black eye to President Obama’s $80-billion clean-tech program.
The biz journal says “at more than 500,000 square feet, the deal for the Page Technology Center at 901 Page Ave. represents Tesla’s largest growth spurt in Silicon Valley since buying the former NUMMI plant in 2010.
The other question is why is the GOP lining up to fast track this bill instead of forcing a thorough examination of it. The finger pointing should be fair.
fairly for their work.. I guess is getting enough from taxpayers welfare that they once again try to scam their own workers for their corporate bottom line. Nice PR move.
Great service and they even deliver Ben and Jerry's ice cream.
There are plenty of reasons to presume that California must be a bad place to do business. The Tax Foundation says the state's tax structure is the third worst for business in the U.S. Forbes ranks California's business costs fifth highest among the 50 states and its regulatory environment the eighth most burdensome.
Why then does the market, where buyers and sellers determine relative value, show otherwise? California-based companies surpass their competitors in the U.S. by most measures of performance favored by investors.
Since January 2011, when Edmund G. "Jerry" Brown Jr., became governor for the third time, the 63 publicly traded California companies in the Standard & Poor's 500 produced the best total return among the five states with the largest populations. California companies in the S&P 500 delivered returns of 134 percent; the closest big-state challenger was Florida, whose S&P companies had an 82 percent return, according to data compiled by Bloomberg. Texas-based companies delivered 52 percent during the period.
Companies domiciled in California also outperformed the S&P 500 during the past four years by a margin of 23 percent. Among the California industries making the state No. 1 in business are health care, returning 267 percent, consumer staples (302 percent), specialty pharma (235 percent), energy (30 percent) and biotech (333 percent).
Well we haven't had a single problem with ours. It is really a stunning car. When we are up north, out of the city it get charged by 100% solar.